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Volunteer Managers and Tower Hamlets Jobs

Globe Community - Project Manager
£16 an hour, equivalent to £33,280 per annum
Globe Community Project is a Buddhist-inspired charity working to benefit the local community. They are looking for a new manager to lead on the strategic and operational functions of the charity, to oversee projects, build networks, fundraise for core and project costs, and manage the day-to-day running of the office. Working alongside our Management Committee, you will be based at St Margaret’s House office in Bethnal Green. Apply by 5pm on Thursday 17 September. Read more.
Home-Start Lambeth - Volunteering and Support Officer
£25,000 pro rata for 3 days per week
Home-Start Lambeth is looking for a dynamic individual to join as Volunteering and Support Officer, who can help deliver and shape volunteering within Home-Start Lambeth. The role of the Volunteering Support Officer is to play an active role supporting the recruitment, training and ongoing engagement of Home-Start Lambeth volunteers. You will provide administrative support across the organisation. Closing date is Sunday 20 September 2020. Read more.
Praxis - Newham Project Co-ordinator & OISC Supervisor
£34,983 per annum (£20,989 pro rata)
Praxis are looking for an experienced part-time project coordinator and supervisor OISC-L 2 (OISC L3 desirable) or solicitor with equivalent qualification for an exciting position leading the Newham Immigration Advice Service for migrants at risk of destitution. The post holder will manage and supervise a team of OISC level 2 immigration advisors providing specialist immigration advice and casework to homeless migrants in Newham. Apply by Monday 21 September by 12 noon. Find out more.
The Young Foundation - Peer Research Network Lead
£35,000-£45,000 per annum plus benefits
The Young Foundation’s mission is to enable the development of connected, more sustainable and stronger communities across the UK. The Young Foundation’s National Peer Research Network is growing rapidly, and it is attracting interest from people across academia, the public sector and civil society in partnering and collaborating. As well as ensuring a growing national network of peer researchers, you will improve the quality and standard of all peer research projects, helping to build their training, learning and accreditation ‘offer’ for external partners. The closing date for applications is 11:59 pm on Wednesday 23 September 2020. Find out more.
Look Ahead - Part Time Support Workers
£6,708 per annum, 12 hours per week
Campbell Road Young Peoples Service provides support to over 55 young people in Tower Hamlets with accommodation across 6 sites, dependent on the support needs of the individual. The Support Worker role will be to manage a caseload of approximately 7-10 young people. You will be expected to deliver positive outcomes for all our young people and support them to reach independence, keep safe and maintain their tenancies. Apply by Sunday 27 September 2020. Read more.
Newham Community Renewal Programme Ltd - Volunteer Co-ordinator (Share & Give)
£28,500 - £30,420 per annum
As the new part-time (25hrs per week) Share and Give Volunteer Co-ordinator, you will be responsible for recruiting, vetting and supporting volunteers for our various community projects, including befriending, carers, youth, adult education, housing and foodbank services. This new project is about enabling, empowering and mobilising local residents to volunteer and get more involved with the local community in Newham. The Renewal Programme is a local Newham-based charity that is passionate about empowering the community and building partnerships with other organisations in the area. Apply by Sunday 27 September 2020. Read more.
Tower Hamlets Friends and Neighbours - Befriender Advocate (Bangladeshi Elders)
£23,000 per annum
You will deliver a quality befriending service to older people in Tower Hamlets particularly, but not exclusively, to elders of Bangladeshi origin who may be experiencing loneliness, depression or dementia. This involves befriending older people and supporting them in a variety of practical ways, helping to alleviate their loneliness through companionship through face-to-face visits and telephone. The overall aim of the post is to provide a social outlet for older people, to give them the support and information that they need, and to help them develop greater independence, increase their social networks and enable them to lead a more fulfilling life. Apply by Sunday 11 October 2020. Read more.

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